Cape Town International Airport is the 2nd largest airport in the ACSA network and Africa’s 3rd largest airport. It is also Africa’s premier tourist and VIP destination and has established a reputation as Africa’s premier international award-winning airport, consistently performing among the best in the world for service in its category.

Cape Town International Airport completed major construction upgrades with the new Central Terminal Building (CTB) at the centre of this expansion. The airport’s Central Terminal Building opened on 7 November 2009. Other projects such as the multi-storey parkade located near the International Terminal and the massive road network upgrade were completed in March 2010. Other projects include the new air-bridges and the aircraft stands on airside.

The HVAC plant consists of 5 water cooled chillers handling 279l/s of water and producing 7000Kw of cooling capacity. The chilled water is supplied to 15 built up masonry AHU’s and 34 Packaged AHU’s moving 271 m3/sec of air. The terminal buildings are served by 23 communications wiring centres fitted with 40 Close control Dx downblow split units. The terminal buildings are served by 34 smoke exhaust fans, 8 pressurisation fans, 10 outside air supply fans and 55 extract and ventilation fans.

Main Contractor: Stefanutti Stocks / GLTA JV

Size: 28 000 m2

Kilowatts: 7000 kW

Project Value: R69 000 000

Year of Completion: 2009